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I don't think I qualify as an "aficionado", as I only have one 1911. But what I do have is a DW Valor, and hands down it's my favorite handgun. When I was in the market for a 1911 I did a bunch of research, and at the time the DW checked a lot of boxes for quality while being in my price range.
Both are assuredly good options. I have a NF unimount for when I turn one of my ar15's into SPR mode, and it works just fine. Quality mount, but no real bells and whistles or the ability to accessorize, if that's your thing.
I'm planning of running a somewhat conservative load with the 220's - probably around 2950ish, so similar to your previous load. The 245's seem like a great projectile. My .300NM barrel is pretty slow, so I don't think I could do that projectile justice. Honestly I'm just looking forward to...
I actually do this with my Mausingfield. Recently got into hunting, and couldn't justify the expense of building a dedicated hunting rifle. So I bought a KRG Bravo chassis and had my gunsmith spin up an 18# lightweight hunting barrel for it. Here it is in competition mode (~21#): Here it is...
I recently sent in a hoodie for Arc'Teryx to repair, as the zipper gave out. Hoodie is at least 6 years old. Experience was great. They repaired for free, and completed the work in about a month in which I got the hoodie back. Absolutely no complaints.
I used to do the "Satterlee method" - talk about a complete waste of time. My college statistics teacher would've slapped me. That was a real wake up call, especially given how many "pro" shooters were advocating for that method. Most of the "experts" truly don't know shit - and again, we make...